History of Numerology

Numerology has been around for thousands of years. It is an ancient tradition that was studied in Egypt, Rome, Greece and China. The knowledge was kept secret and only passed onto a few who were initiated. The information was considered very powerful and sacred.

Pythagoras, the Greek philosopher and mathematician, contributed a great deal to the understanding of numerology. He was born in the 6th Centuary B.C on the island of Samos. Early on in life, Pythagoras was influenced by 3 great philosophers, PHEREKYDES, THALES and ANAXIMANDER, who all had a passion for mathematics, geometry, cosmology and astronomy.

Pythagoras went on to study in Egypt, Babylon and Greece. In about 518 B.C., Pythagoras went to southern Italy and founded a philosophical and religious school in Croton (now Crotone, situated on the eastern heel of Southern Italy).

As students entered the school, they were sworn to secrecy, and were not allowed to write anything down.

PYTHAGORAS CALLED HIS SYSTEM OF TEACHING “PHILOSOPHY”

WHICH HE DEFINED AS “THE LOVE OF TRUTH AND WISDOM.”

THE WORLD IS BUILT UPON THE POWER OF NUMBERS
- PYTHAGORAS

Pythagoras is held in the highest regard as one of the greatest Mathematicians and Philosophers of all times.

What made Pythagoras extraordinary was his exceptional passion for knowledge, for truth and for the discovery of grace and harmony in all aspects of life.

Pythagoras lived to be almost a hundred years old, he will always be remembered for his geometry theorem known as the Pythagoras Theorem.

The practice of numerology has survived throughout the century’s and now in the 21st century, Numerology is being realized as a valuable tool for personal growth and development.

PYTHAGORAS SAID THERE WERE 3 TYPES OF MEN:

  • LOVERS OF WISDOM
  • LOVERS OF HONOR
  • LOVERS OF GAIN